5 – 17 April 2015
Swaziland Tourism Authority (STA) is set to take centre stage at Africa’s largest B2B inbound and outbound travel showcase, WTM® Africa 2015, next week in Cape Town at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). As momentum and excitement around WTM® Africa is swiftly building, STA is preparing to showcase all that the majestic Kingdom of Swaziland has to offer to both inbound and outbound travel professionals.

Swaziland Tourism Authority Account Manager, Chantal Nieuwenhuizen, invites all travel and tourism industry partners, as well as media, to attend this prestigious exhibition to find out first-hand what the Kingdom of Swaziland has to offer. “WTM® Africa is a wonderful platform to showcase Swaziland to the world and we are looking forward to being part of the travel magic created on African soil,” says Nieuwenhuizen.

The Swaziland Tourism Authority will be hosting a media and trade briefing at 14h30 on Thursday, 16th April at the Press Conference Theatre on the WTM Africa show floor. Interested parties can confirm their attendance with Este ateste@swazilandtourism.co.za.

For more information on the Kingdom of Swaziland, check outwww.thekingdomofswaziland.com. You can also Like the Swaziland Facebook,www.facebook.com/MySwazilandSA   and/or follow Swaziland on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ILoveSwaziland.  The official hashtag is #ILoveSwaziland

About STA
The Swaziland Tourism Authority (STA) was established by an act of parliament, the Tourism Authority, Act of 2001. It was established as a public enterprise. In terms of the Act the following objectives have been determined for STA;

  • Develop the tourism sector  as a national priority in an environmentally sustainable and culturally acceptable  manner,
  • Coordinate and facilitate the implementation of government policies and strategies on tourism,
  • Market Swaziland as a tourism destination through the provision of a platform for industry stakeholders,
  • Encourage, facilitate and promote local and foreign investment in the tourism industry, and
  • Ensure the contribution of tourism to the socio-economic development and continued improvement of quality of life in the Kingdom of Swaziland


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